Heartburn and Reflux

By Michael Gaeta | Oct 20, 2020

1 in 4 Americans have some form of reflux or heartburn, which leads to about five million hospitalizations each year. The antacid drugs used to treat these symptoms are among…

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Insights from Dr Gaeta: Know Your Minerals

By Michael Gaeta | Oct 7, 2020

Know Your Minerals: As Linus Pauling said, “Without minerals, the vitamins are useless.” Deficiencies of key nutritional minerals such as calcium and zinc, or bioaccumulation of toxic elements such as…

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Dr Gaeta’s Triad of Time Management

By Michael Gaeta | Feb 27, 2020

Time is our most precious resource. Time management has been, and continues to be, an ongoing area I have to work at. Maybe it’s the musician part of me that wants to just stay in the moment, spontaneously creating, without much structure. For some, it comes easily.

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Current PTSD and Autoimmune Disease Research

By Michael Gaeta | Jan 24, 2020

A new study on military personnel with diagnosed PTSD, showing a 58% increase in common autoimmune conditions compared to controls, after five years. This is the latest in a series of studies in recent years revealing what appears to be a correlative if not causal relationship between trauma and autoimmunity. One of my teachers, Joseph Antell, taught me some 20 years ago that a significant life trauma can affect a person at a deep level and cause a degenerative cycle of breakdown that leads to autoimmunity.

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Vaccines & Autoimmune Disease

By Michael Gaeta | Jan 14, 2020

Did you know that 1 in 5 Americans have an autoimmune disease? It’s true, and I think those numbers might be even higher. Learn about the three reasons why I believe this is a direct result of high vaccination rates by watching this new video.

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Who is the first patient in your practice?

By Michael Gaeta | Dec 6, 2019

Who is the first patient in your practice? Answering this question is a crucial way to frame your wellness and your work.

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The Three Phases of Care

By Michael Gaeta | Sep 25, 2019
"How do I grow my practice?"

That’s one of the most common questions practitioners come to me with.

In the video below, I’ll share the Three Phases of Care I find most important to creating a thriving, abundant practice.

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Diabetes, Part Two of Two – A Wholistic Perspective on American Epidemic

By Michael Gaeta | Apr 10, 2018

In Part One you learned what diabetes is, how common it is, what’s happening in the body, what causes it, and the conventional drugs-for-symptoms approach.

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Diabetes – A Wholistic Perspective on American Epidemic

By Michael Gaeta | Mar 6, 2018

Diabetes is a disease in which the amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood stays too high. The word translates as “passing through,” referring to the increased urination (polyuria) that happens from the kidneys having to deal with more sugar than they can handle.

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Seasonal Allergies

By Michael Gaeta | Oct 9, 2017

Achoo! This is a common sound you and I are hearing these days, sometimes from ourselves. Seasonal allergies affect one in six Americans, at an annual cost of over $18 billion, and four million lost work days. (1, 2) An allergy is an exaggerated immune response or reaction to substances that are generally not harmful. Exposure with an allergen is through the lungs, skin or gut, or injections, often vaccines. Most seasonal allergies are from respiratory exposure, usually to tree, grass or weed pollen.

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